Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Globaldata Plc LSE:DATA London Ordinary Share GB00B87ZTG26 ORD 1/14P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 830.00p 820.00p 840.00p 830.00p 830.00p 830.00p 3,102 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Media 157.6 -7.7 -11.0 - 849

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
09/7/2007
09:36
yes..had 1 million before split.sold before split too
johndee
09/7/2007
09:27
When making comparisons, don't forget the split (10:1) in 2001.
kenbachelor
09/7/2007
09:16
went to 5.60 while i held..missed on the big profits...........had 100,000 of them.........................
johndee
09/7/2007
08:37
You did very well then. I don't remember them before 28 September 2000, when I realized that card payment on the net was bound to be good in the future. I bought at 168.79p and saw most of it disappear within the first 12 months. Having bought more since they recovered, I now have 50k at an average of 173.35p.
kenbachelor
09/7/2007
08:18
I remember now. I sold out t equiv of 2.80
johndee
09/7/2007
08:18
yes...and Auxinet used to be called corporate executive search...thanks.......
johndee
09/7/2007
07:25
Datacash used to be called Auxinet!
kenbachelor
09/7/2007
01:06
is this the same company that was called corporate executive search 1998 to 2001 or so?...shares went from about 1.25 pence to about 56 pence within 18 months...................highest point was on 29th feb 2000..equiv now to 5.60 pounds..................
johndee
06/7/2007
12:38
What have we done to deserve this morning's rise?
kenbachelor
27/6/2007
14:46
"The Group has seen good growth in both revenue and transaction volumes so far this year. Revenues lost from the fallout in the US are continuing to be replaced as our customers expand their operations in other countries." http://www.investegate.co.uk/Article.aspx?id=200706271427001402Z Interesting statement if rather opaque. When they say good growth, do they mean good growth excluding the fallout in the US? When they say revenues lost are continuing to be replaced do they mean they are being replaced or that this is a gradual process and, therefore, they are actually down?
scburbs
27/6/2007
12:38
Rigrat, There was a reason the share price crashed last year (I don't mean crash bankrupt, I mean crash substantial fall). DATA has yet to report any results relating to periods after the US gaming law change. At the time, Investec estimated that US gaming accounted for 30% sales and 40-45% of profits. You need rather more than sound management for the business to be worth more than before the US law change. Contract news has been positive, but I think the full negative from the lost business is not currently reflected in the share price.
scburbs
27/6/2007
10:18
I think the company has sound management, DATACRASH,NEVER. The more likely scenario is the likelyhood of a share scam operation. The AIM has been easy pickings for the criminal mindset.Some,will have been taken in by the promise of huge returns.
rigrat
26/6/2007
17:47
Either it will bounce at this level or Datacash will become Datacrash. I am holding onto my short position as it looks fundamentally overvalued to me.
scburbs
26/6/2007
17:23
I'm more concerned that i) the uptrend may be broken, and ii) the 245 level has to hold.
farnesbarnes
26/6/2007
14:19
Getting close to a trade on the long side...........
stuart37
18/6/2007
13:56
I withdraw the question. The trades show zero buys and 27,000 in small sells, so the answer is obvious.
kenbachelor
18/6/2007
13:41
Does anybody know what is causing today's fall?
kenbachelor
04/6/2007
12:54
SSHHHHHHHHHHHH...
farnesbarnes
04/6/2007
12:44
Up another 5p this morning and still nobody getting excited on here, except for me. I'm currently in profit over £49,000 and not even considering selling.
kenbachelor
31/5/2007
21:51
so why isn't earthport following suit since they have a partnership with datacash
guythomas
31/5/2007
21:26
Blimey! This share price doesn't know the meaning of down!
aerotus
31/5/2007
17:56
The target of 280p has been in place for quite some time but as you will see from the chart below, the price has dropped away from the middle (1x1) Gann Fan line. I'm hoping it will pick up again.
kenbachelor
31/5/2007
15:15
Normally the quieter the bulletin board the better! I bought at 70p and was kicking myself for not taking a chance when I first starting watching closely when it was just starting to pick up after the dot.com crash. Chart looks fantastic and sooner or later people will start to look a bit more closely. I wonder if the company would consider a move to the main market as that would certainly perk up interest.
andyash
31/5/2007
13:31
shhhhhhhhh...
farnesbarnes
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